The 1970 Ferrari Dino 246 L-Series from Schaltkulisse is a rare and highly desirable Italian supercar. With its original Grigio Auteuil color and black interior, this car exudes luxury and elegance. It has only 34,000km on the clock and has been meticulously maintained, recently undergoing a cosmetic and mechanical refreshment by Toni Auto in Maranello in 2021 at a cost of over 75,000 EUR.
This Ferrari Dino 246 L-Series has a well-documented history, with invoices dating back to 1975. It was previously owned by a French gentleman who kept it in fully original condition, except for a red paint job. The car was regularly serviced at the delivering dealer, Charles Pozzi.
The Dino, named after Enzo Ferrari’s son Alfredino, was a departure from the traditional V-12 engine and featured a compact 2-litre V6, four-cam engine mounted transversely behind the driver. Designed by Pininfarina with coachwork by Scaglietti, the Dino GT is one of the most exceptional and striking designs ever produced by Ferrari. Owning this car would be a chance to own a truly extraordinary piece of automotive history.
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